Punched Up is a 13-episode mockumentary series for the Comedy Network. Satirizing makeover programs and reality TV, the series features a crack team of comedy writers who take the average ... See full summary »

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Punched Up is a 13-episode mockumentary series for the Comedy Network. Satirizing makeover programs and reality TV, the series features a crack team of comedy writers who take the average Joe or Jane and make their lives better, or at least funnier. Written by David Lerech

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Another Horrible Mistake?
17 December 2006 | by (toronto) – See all my reviews

I'm adding my name to the list of people who can't believe how bad the shows are on The Comedy Network.

Punched Up is terrible and there have been other shows on the network that are even worse! Girls Will Be Girls, Canadian Comedy Shorts, Popcultured, Mike Bullard, Keys to the VIP, You Bet Your Ass, Kevin Spencer, Butch Patterson - Private Dick, Con, and now Punched Up.

For sure there are a lot more equally bad shows that I'm forgetting right now.

What a history of complete and total failure! I am starting to think there is no hope for The Comedy Network after seeing so many terrible shows over the years.

I wish I could get rid of it but it is part of a cable package with other shows I actually care about.

Maybe that is how they make money and manage to stay on the air even though they suck.

The person who made the decision to put this pathetic excuse for a show on the air is the real person who needs a "Punch Up".


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